Press Release: Greenbelt Alliance Endorsed: Bradford Senior Housing Project Approved in Redwood City
FOR RELEASE: Thursday, December 21, 2017 MEDIA CONTACT: Joel Devalcourt, Regional Director, 415-543-6771 x318, email@example.com Beth Fraker, Director of Communications, MidPen Housing, firstname.lastname@example.org. 650-356-2913 Redwood City, Calif.—Greenbelt Alliance is excited that Redwood City enthusiastically approved the Bradford Senior Housing project by MidPen Housing. After more than a decade of work to transform a vacant downtown lot into senior affordable homes, this project will bring to fruition Redwood City’s long-held vision for a… Read More
We are pleased to share that Greenbelt Alliance is once again endorsing outstanding infill development projects and plans in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. We need more people saying “yes” to the right development in the right places.
Greenbelt Alliance’s 990 tax statements for 2013
The Broadway Valdez District has incredible potential as a place for new homes, shops, jobs, and active public spaces, and as part of burgeoning downtown Oakland. After working tirelessly with fellow advocates and Oakland city staff for more than five years, the Better Broadway Coalition, of which Greenbelt Alliance is a member, submitted its comment letter for the draft Broadway Valdez District Specific Plan on November 12, 2013.
Greenbelt Alliance’s tax statements for 2012
Greenbelt Alliance’s financial statements for 2012
Greenbelt Alliance thanks its 2012 donors and volunteers in its Annual Report. This report highlights accomplishments and financial statements.
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Scoping Comments for the Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area General Plan Environmental Impact Report
The NOP indicates that the intention of the Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation (OHMVR) Division of the California Department of Parks and Recreation (CDPR) is to expand the
Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area (SVRA) into the Alameda-Tesla acquisition land
(“Tesla Park”) to extend off highway vehicle (OHV) activities into these currently untouched
3,478 acres of open space.
After many years of hard work, Mountain View is poised to adopt a new General Plan. Greenbelt Alliance is thrilled to have been a part of this process. It has been a pleasure and valuable learning experience to work in a community with so many sharp, dedicated residents, staff members and officials. Already the draft General Plan has gained Mountain View local and national press coverage. We are confident that the document you are about to adopt is cutting edge. It will not only propel Mountain View in an exciting, environmentally sustainable direction, but will also serve as an example to the region and world.